Our fall exhibition opened on Friday, September 29th, with great excitement. Organized by Marshall Weber from Booklyn Artists Alliance, Found in Translation is a collection of multi-lingual artists books, prints, and digital and video documentation of innovative projects that explore the cognitive, literary, and political processes of translation. An exhibition catalog published by Booklyn is available. It is a traveling exhibition, which premiered at the San Francisco Center for the Book, and will continue on after it's time here in New York to the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
The exhibition includes work by: Kurt Allerslev, Asian Classics Input Project (ACIP), Harriet Bart, Xu Bing, Nathaniel Bletter, Enrique Chagoya, A. P. Ferrara, Vincent FitzGerald & Company, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, M.T. Karthik, Lewis Koch, Clemens-Tobias Lange, Zahra Partovi, Eliana Perez, Felicia Rice, Veronika Schäpers, Clarissa Sligh, C. David Thomas, Marshall Weber, and Christopher Wilde.
The opening was a great night for all involved. We'd like to thank everyone who helped out- Delphi Basilicato, Kendra Sullivan, Michelle Raccagni, Jennifer Verbit, Kendra's very helpful friend, Eden Stork, Josh Harris, and Nicole Lorenti, - as well as Booklyn for all of their hard work.
We'll be hosting an Artist's Talk on October 27th, with John Brady, MT Karthik and Zahra Partovi, moderated by Marshall Weber.
Here's some photos: